Social Sciences Interdiscip

SOC 150T. Honors Program

COSS honors program course: Research Series. Students learn how to do research in various fields.

Units: 1, Repeatable up to 9 units

SSCI 16. Introduction to Global Studies

Introduction to a range of topics to enhance literacy for global awareness. Includes an interdisciplinary approach, concentration on human diversity, and attention to historic, political, legal, economic, sociological, anthropological, and geographic issues. Fulfillls lower division requirement for Global Awareness Certificates.

Units: 3

SSCI 110. California Studies

Prerequisites: G.E. Foundation and Breadth Area D. Origins and development of California as a unique cultural area; relationships over time among geography and natural resources, human populations and cultures, political institutions, economic pursuits, and land use practices; distinctive architecture, arts, and literature; and socio-economic patterns, processes, and trends. G.E. Integration ID.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: ID

SSCI 150T. Topics in the Social Sciences

Discussion and analysis of current topics in the social sciences with an interdisciplinary focus and structure. Topics will be rotated.

Units: 1-3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

SSCI 150T. Social Science Honors Research Series

This "Research Series" would meet once per week during the semester and feature various COSS faculty who would share their insights and experiences with research (students would also be able to use a portion of the class time to share their own research agendas and pursuits and get feedback from others).

Units: 3

SSCI 180. Diversity in the U.S.

Prerequisites: G.E. Foundation and Breadth Area D. Interdisciplinary course designed for the four-year liberal studies major. Integrates historical, sociological, political, cultural, and ethnic aspects of American culture. Historical developments and immigration patterns, race, class, gender issues, and demographic and statistical analysis of local and regional education trends. G.E. Multicultural/International MI.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: M/I

SSCI 185. Internship

Prerequisite: upper-division or graduate standing; permission of instructor. Supervised work experience in the applied aspects of the social science disciplines. Hours to be arranged. CR/NC grading only.

Units: 1-6
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring